Reading Festival 2018 - Top Five Acts to Check Out


With Reading Festival just over a week away, we must all have by now a rough idea of who we want to see. And like everyone else, we are also thinking, how the hell we going to fit it all in? The line up this year is so wide spread with genres and talent, it is almost impossible to pick. So let us help you with our top five acts to see this year at the festival. 


Let’s Eat Grandma

I'm All Ears’ came out of nowhere this year, the album from Let’s Eat Grandma pushes all the right buttons, this duo’s unique blend of alternative pop is the best way to lose your mind a little bit at Reading Festival. 



Who doesn't love Sigrid? We can’t help but watch this lady with a huge grin on our faces. The energy she puts out there live comes across in her music. If you need someone to lift those energy levels when you start to tire, Sigrid is the act for you! 


Fickle Friends

We reckon Fickle Friends are the underdogs this year at Reading Festival. There is always one band that everyone goes home talking about, 2018 it’s going to be this band. Having witnessed them grow over the past year or two, their live performances of their tropical fueled pop is the stuff that everyone will be talking about. 


Dream Wife

Are you ready for a riot?? Or should I say a Dream Wife riot?? Their debut album that dropped early this year, still sits up there as one of our favorites of the year. On stage Dream Wife are a force of nature, the way they control the crowd with each performance is breathtaking. Like when Nirvana made that legendary performance in the 90s, Dream Wife is up there this year to make a similar impression. 

Make sure you check them out. 



Yonaka were already the band of the festival season last year, but the past twelve months have seen them chip away at the music industry and turn into this absolute beast of a band. With tracks like ‘F.W.T.B’ in their arsenal, the crowds are going to go absolutely mental this year for them at Reading Festival. 

Reading Festival takes places this Bank Holiday weekend, you can buy tickets here.